And so of the individual; we may assume that he has the same three principles in his own soul which are found in the State; and he may be rightly described in the same terms, because he is affected in the same manner?
Still, I said, let us have a more precise statement of terms, lest we should hereafter fall out by the way.
And so of more and less, and of other correlative terms, such as the double and the half, or again, the heavier and the lighter, the swifter and the slower; and of hot and cold, and of any other relatives;--is not this true of all of them?
Would you not say that thirst is one of these essentially relative terms, having clearly a relation--
But what color can the objection have, when a specification of the objects alluded to by these general terms immediately follows, and is not even separated by a longer pause than a semicolon?
The terms of article eighth are still more identical: "All charges of war and all other expenses that shall be incurred for the common defense or general welfare, and allowed by the United States in Congress, shall be defrayed out of a common treasury," etc.
When Philip was put in the study he could not help seeing that the others, who had been together for three terms
, welcomed him coldly.
The warriors appeared to be on the most friendly terms
, and seemingly conversed much together; yet, according to the account of the interpreter, each was absolutely ignorant of what the other said.
The note of terms was plain, straightforward, and comprehensive, at any rate.
Thirdly, That the terms offered to the person who should undertake and properly perform these duties were four guineas a week; that he was to reside at Limmeridge House; and that he was to be treated there on the footing of a gentleman.
The employment was likely to be both easy and agreeable; it was proposed to me at the autumn time of the year when I was least occupied; and the terms, judging by my personal experience in my profession, were surprisingly liberal.
said my mother, when she had read the note of terms and had handed it back to me.
Such distinguished people to know," remarked Sarah, straightening herself in the chair; "and on such gratifying terms of equality too
Yes, yes; the terms, in every sense, are tempting enough," I replied impatiently.
Now, mark, Boffin,' returned Silas: 'Mark 'em well, because they're the lowest terms
and the only terms